Metal Reviews

Chimspanner - At The Dreams Edge
Chimp Spanner – At The Dream’s Edge (, , )
25th April 2011 -

Chimp Spanner; the one man metal army that is Paul Antonio Ortiz. Written, performed and produced entirely by Paul, At The Dream’s Edge is a remarkably non indulgent display of an incredible talent. Playing a guitar that has extra strings and by the sound of it playing with extra fingers too, the album has a vibe of Satriani / Vai… Read More »

Acrassicauda – Only The Dead See The End Of The War ()
25th April 2011 -

Acrassicauda, does the name ring a bell? How about “that band from that movie about metal in Iraq?” Most fans of metal have at least heard of the story of Acrassicauda by this point. Four guys who, against all odds, put together a metal band, made it to the states and have now put out their own four track EP…. Read More »

afterlife cover
Soul Sanctuary – Afterlife ()
24th April 2011 -

Soul Sanctuary are a six piece Alternative Metal Band from the South Coast of England, formed in 2008. Since the release of their début album “Afterlife” they have received an exceptional response from fans from across the world. In the process of developing their first professional video in conjunction with BBC editor and independent film maker Mat Rees, Soul Sanctuary… Read More »

Warpath – Damnation ()
24th April 2011 -

Warpath are a UK based metal band, which since forming in 2003 have gone onto become one of the biggest up-coming unsigned UK metal bands currently around, having been voted ‘The Best Unsigned Band of the Year’ by Terrorizer magazine in January 2009, as well as having a #1 Music video on Scuzz TV. Due to their success the band… Read More »

Forever Never – Forever Never ()
24th April 2011 -

Forever Never are a Metal band from Essex, UK with something a little bit extra than your average metal band, drawing influences from a wider scope than you might expect. Rhythmical, heavy and dripping with melodic twists and technical turns, Forever never take inspiration from Meshuggah, Michael Jackson and Mint condition in equal measures. The albums starts out with a… Read More »